According to sources an official employment notification has been released by the Oil India Limited (OIL), calling out of interested and eligible candidates to apply for the positions of Retainer Doctor on a contract basis. There is no prior registration and candidates must attend walk in interview.
The candidates interested in applying for this post should have pursued MBBS with minimum one year internship. He/she should possess a valid certificate of registration from the MCI/SMC as mandated under the Indian Medical Council Act, 1956.
Moreover in order to apply for OIL
Recruitment, the candidates interested in these posts are required to attend
the walk in interview and carry along their prescribed bio-data with
self-attested photocopies of original mark sheets, pass certificates, caste
certificate (if applicable), experience certificates (if applicable) and two
passport size recent photographs. The interview will be conducted on November
27 from 8:30 to 9 am.
Apply for B.Tech admissions by VITEEE According to sources Vellore Institute of Technology (VIT) has announced admissions for B.tech program for the academic year 2018. Interested candidates may apply through online mode. VIT B.Tech. The Eligibility criteria is candidates appearing for the VITEEE 2018 should have secured an aggregate of 60%
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